I revised my previously horrible character designs for the final project in Intro to Storyboarding. Now they are only mediocre! Iwdbnt!
Sunday, November 15, 2009
These are the character and environment designs I turned in for our final storyboarding project. I'm not super happy with the way the kid and the apple turned out. Kelly did say they looked too typically "me". We'll see if I can't pull something better together. Also, my story is called "An Apple A Day".
This was for our third project in Intro to Storyboarding. I didn't have much time to finish the tones on it and it's hard to justify spending too much more time fixing that when I am supposed to be working on new things. So it's sort of "meh". I liked the way the panel arrangement came out though. Still, I did better on the previous project. ...Meh.
This was my second project for storyboarding class. We had to express an idea in a single panel. At the time (and at many times since) the main thing on my mind was the pressing fear of not having a good project to show for critique in class. My teacher, Kelly told me it was the most accurate representation of what it's like to be in his class he'd ever seen. I was pleased to hear that. He then added, "But you still failed."